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T1IK I'lU.l'MHIA I1E1(jl,i: Fill 1AY, AUGUST 1! Imh;..
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
Office : Uoom 17, Masonic Huiltling.
Fire, Tornado, rlatf
Liability and Stepm
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN I HANCEHY.
Prompt attention given to all collec
ttiniH. Jf ( Milne with .1. II. Kussell
Wliitthurue lUock, Coluinliia, Teuti.
w. V. SAI.MOX.
W. H. TI'RNKK
SALMON & TURNER,
Attorney tit Law ftml
Sol ieitnrs in I'lmneery.
Will practice in Sinn- unit KimIitiiI Courts.
Hpeclal intention given to thocollectioil of
rlniniB null M'fJ lenient of cHtati's.
klicc orer l't rut erx il' Merrlntiitx Hunk.
Get our Summer
'e carry the following well-known brands:
MOSAKCH, I'l tlltKltl-AMl
Hint .1 Kl.l.l ' .
Office : H nttlr's Ol'l Stninl.
July ifl) Citist'i'' Telephone Xo.
W. II. DAVIS A It)
James A. Smiser,
ATTORN KY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR ix CHANCERY.
Ofllce: Kront rooms In Masonic Temple,
ovi'r KlguersA Mcl.einore's h'oio.
N. B. I have moved from the Wbltthorne
lock; remember to call at my new quar
ters. Hew Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Kugene Pillow.)
Representing the following companies:
Una. GeriiiKiiiit. Trailer Northwestern
MlltllMl. Commercial Union, of
Loudon. W illlHin-lmru Hy.
See them before inx'rinij your property.
After to-day we will shoe
hordes with best shoes and
Rugsry Tire reset at ... .
The above prices are for SPOT CASH.
If you have it charged the price will be
OUT OF SKiHT!
l0mAU uti r work hi jirnportion.
W. W. CHERRY.
Why place yourself under obligations to
your neiulilwir l asking him to place his
name on your bond, when you can piocure
a bond lit small cost, from a Guarantee
Company who makes a specialty of this
kind of business. Talk with Kutledge if
you want to make a bond. It
Home in l-'iankliii, Tenn. one acre. Sta
ble and Cistern. Address Box '17. It
KXKt'l' roil' NOTH'K.
Htwrrtg this day iiualltlfd as Kxeputorof
B. C. Ko-ter, tirceiMed, notice Is herein glv
en to all parties lutving claims against said
estate to present them in due time accord
ing to law or they will be hai red; anil par
ties indebted to the estate are requested to
come forward and settle.
" his August 1. lilts.
H. H. Kostek, Kxecutor,
augustfilt Wllllainspuri, Teiin.
COI nty orrit'Kiiv ItONDS.
rn.n prepared to execute nil kinds of
boiuto required by Inw. in one of the largest
tiuitninty Companies in America. County
Officers, Administrators. Huardians, bond
ed Bt the lowest psslble rate. Cull on me at
otTlce, Masonic Temple.
Jt O. P. Ul'TXF.POE.
SKlllMi Oi l"
Aug, 2, IMM. (
To Oi l r lUMNKis.
Fkank H. smith,
I'itl.ens' Telephoni- Ho.
Sat t afield
S1I00TI.(! AT MT. PLEASIM.
Wash McClaln Etnptlr a
ruled Shot-Giin Into
Lust Baturdav afternoon at Mt
Pleasant, Wash McUlain, colored,
emptied the contents of a double
barreled shot-gun into a crowd,
wounding four negroes, one white
man and a mule.
One version of the alTair is that
MiClain and M'veral of his com
panions had been participating in
crap sfame. when a nrnicuity arose,
and McClain went off and procured
a double-barreled shot trim, lit
turning, he found his pals In a
crowd, and without warniinr blazed
away with both barrels. The shot
took effect in the anatomy of four
negroes, and Hint Phillips. a young
white man who happened to be near
by with his mule and wagon, receiv
ed nnrt of the load, as also did the
mule. None of the wounds are seri
MClain escaped, but was
Tuesday morning hy Deputy
Forgey near OrantV nutery
Mooresville pike. H will
raigned for trial before
Looney to-morrow inorniu,
Judge at 10
We sell Myrs' pumps, hay tools,
and water tanks. See
If Satterkielp 4 Do PRO N.
OVER THE COUNTY
8ome of our fanners have com
menced making Hoighum.
The IJranhatn & Hughes school at
Hpring Hill will open next Wednes
day, the 24th.
The best buggy for the money can
be had at the Ckaih Carkiaok and
Machine Co. It
Miss Izmae Evins, of Addison av
enue, is visiting friends in Culleoka.
Miss Winfrie Roberts, of Godwin,
has returned home after a visit to
relatives in Culleoka and Pulaski.
Remember that W.J. E.mhky &
Co. always have money to loan on
real estate mortgages. It
Misses Lillie Rrown and Saidie
Allen, of Neanolis, favored he Hkk
ald office with a call Wednesday.
Revs. 8. M. Oupton and W. T. Us
sery will begin a revival meeting at
Carter's Creek next 8unday morn
ing. The rain and grasshoppers have
made the clover crop almost a com
plete failure in Im Tlieta neighbor
hood. On the 14th of Beptemhex an elec
tion will be held in Mt. Pleasant, to
decide whether the town shall be in
corporated or not,
Heveral negroes engaged in a rock
battle at the depot at Mt. Pleasant
Wednesday afternoon, and one of
the participants was b .dly hurt.
Trip Presbyterian congregation at
Mt. Pl asant have recently placed a
large and handsome pipe organ in
thf if house of worship at that place.
Prof. J. A. Rostick and family, of
Mt. Pleasant, have returned from
Primm's Springs, rrepartory to en
tering upon the school work for next
Missea Mossy Andrews and Lillie
Foster, of Culleoka, have been
guests of their iriend Miss Minnie
Miller in this place this week. Mar
Sidney Voss of the Hurricane
neighborhood, who had his arm
torn off in a flouring mill in Nash
ville recently, is doing nicely and
will be able to come home soon.
Eugene Kelsaw, a negro living on
the Mt. Pleasant pike, was arrested
and bound over to the Circuit Court
last week on the charge of stealing
meat from the smoke-house of Mr.
The phosphate business is taking a
boom in the Ettaton neighborhood.
Heveral sales in phosphate lands
have been made recently, and a new
mine has b-en opened up by Messrs.
Swan, Roddie & Murphy.
During the dry weather for the
pact lew days, t'ie hal mco of the
wheat crop Pas about been threshed.
Although some of the wheat was
badly damaged, there will be but
little starvation amomrti'e farmers
Mr. and Mrs .!.T li uuuiss, of Co
lumbia, who have In f ii visiting here
several days, have returned horn.
They were accompanied by Mr. W.
C. Rlanton and wife, parents of Mrs.
Rauguss, who will visit friends in
Maury County. Union City Commercial-Courier.
Mr. Jno. A. Miller, the road grader
man. t who i well known in this
county, was dangerously injured one
day last week at his home in Will
iamson county. While standing un
der a tree a large limb broke and
fell, striking hitn on the head, ren
dering him unconscious for several
hours, and probably seriously in
juring hitn internally.
Sam It. Nichols,
of Carter's Creek, hastelephone con
nection with all parts of the county,
using both the Rell and Citizens',
and wants to buy whpat, delivered
at any railroad station in Maury
flianry County Medical Soelpty.
The Maury County Medical So
ciety Hint on last Tuesdav at the of.
flee of Drs. Forgey and Wilkes. The
meeting was well attended, and In
the absence of the president, Pr.
C. A. Forgey, vice-president, pre
sided. An able and carefully pre
pared esay was presented by Dr.
Howlett, the suhjec. of which was,
"Pressure Myelitis," and the dis
cussion of the paper was opened bv
Dr. Buchanan, who wa followed by
other members present. After the
close of the discussion. Dr. Ragsdale
was appointed to read a paper at
next meeting on "Varieties and
Their Treatment of Sclerosis of the
Spinal Cord ;" Dr. C. A. Forsey to
open the discussion. The Hocietv
then adjourned, to meet the second
Tuesday in September.
To My Patrons. .
On and after September first, my
motto will be "Collect on Ih lirerri."
The driver will be instructed to ad
Explanation: My bills are all
small, ana tne trounie ana expanse
of collecting seriously interferes
with my profits. In all kindness
ask you to have the amount ready
when the work is delivered. I hope
my methods will meet with your
approval. Mv driver will call for
and deliver work to any part of the
city. Thanking my friends for past
favors. I solicit further patronage.
Mrs H. L. Wheeler,
Columbia Steam Laundry
Col. Cox Is a Candidate.
Col. ZS.N. Cox Is announced in
this issue as a candidate to sucije 1
himself in Congress from this dis
trict, subject to the will of the Detn
ocrats as expressed at the prim try
on Septemher 24. Tliat is one thing
in Col. Cox's favor; he lias always
heen subject to the will of his party
wnetner in convention or primiry
election, whether alversly or fa
vorablv. In bv-gone days whn
"Old Whit" used to -beat hitn out.
he would pull of his coat, take his
place in the ranks and g) to hard
fighting for the nominee H- will
do the same in this contest; and
whether nominated or defeated
will take the stump in supp .-t of
Democratic principles. His record
is an open book before the people of
this district, and i so well known
as to need no com nent by the Her
When Your Hogs
come down with the cholera
don't give them some home
made remedy . It won'tamaunt
to anything. Such a disease
must be dealt with promptly
and severely. . We have been
sfudying for years on the prob
lem and the result is
ALCORN'S Hog Cholera Cure.
Be In tlb- ! wim. It pays.
GEORGE S. ALCORN,
A FALLIXU TELEPHONE PDLC.
John Sbeppard, Negrn, Struck ami
Last Monday afternoon, while the
employes of the Cumberland Tele
phone Company were raising a pole
near Anderson's store, south of
town, the pole careened and slipped
off the pikes, falling across the oaJ
and striking a negro by the nam of
John Sheppard and seriously injur
ing hitn. Sheppard was sitting on
his horse at the lime, and the em
ployes of the company say they re
peatedly warned hitn to get out of
the way. The pole struck hitn on
the sido of his body, badly shat
tering his hip and otherwise iniur
intrhi'ii. The horse he was riding
vas otity sli ;htiy hu t. S'lep.iard s
homo is in Macedonia, and lie is
about 30 years old. His injuries,
while not necessarily dangerous, are
We have the Hoosier family,
Press Drill with Disc, High wheel
Disc.Hijrh wheel shoe Drill. Hoosier
Drills do the work perfectly satis
factory. Ask vour neighbor: he has
one. See Satterkield & Dodson.
Miss Virginia Brown gave a most
dewghttul entertainment to a uum
bet- of her menus one n ig tit last
week. Various games were indulg
ed in by the happy party, arter
which refreshinetits of a most tempt
ing nature were served.
Master Frank Dunnington Lander,
i, will be seven years old to-mor
row, and has invited about fifty of
his young friends to celebrate the
occasion with him iti a lawn fete,
from four to seven in the aftertiuou.
Mrs. H. L. Heudley and Miss Ca-
lista Hendiey gave a delightful lawn
party to th members of their classes
of the First Methodist Sunday-
school, at their home oti the Santa
Fe pike near town yesterday after
noon. The occasion was greatly en
joyed by those in attendance.
Hoosier Wheat Drills.
New Press Drill with Disc openers.
Steel frame Disc Drill mounted ou
high wheels. Steel frame Drill
mounted on high wheels with ruuiier
openers. Drills to suit your iarm.
Bingle Disc win uotunoKttiip, auu
are lighter draft than double, dee
tf HATTERKIELP & 1JODSON.
HOME OX A Fl KLOLlill.
ISenj. B. Ballnnfant, Maury County liny.
Vh3 fought l Cuba.
Benjamin B. Ballaufaut, of the
Sixteenth United States lulautry,
regulars, arrived at Culleoka last
Saturday to visit his homefolks.
Mr. Bulatifdiit has been given a
furlough trom the Marine hospital
at New York, where he was carried
about three weeks ago. He was in
Columbia MouUay shaking hauds
with ins old trieuds, and telling of
the glorious victories in Cuua and
the nardsiiips and privations itict
dent upon ttie catnpaigu.
Mr. iiallaufant lo u young "vete
ran,' out he bears honorable scars
upon his body that give indisputa
ble evidence that lie has "been
there. He has listened for hours
to the music of the mausers as they
wti tst lea about his head, arid expert
eticed the not altogether delightful
sensation of having one plow its
way inrougn tils nesn. He
wounded just belo ttie knee during
tne attack ou tne sau Juan quarter
of Santiago ou July I, the ball going
tntough the leg, bone and all. So
areat was the velocity of the bit of
titeel, however, that the bone was
not brokeu, but a small round hole
made through it.
Mr. Ballaufaut has had the expe
rience of a life-time, and will not
soon forget the memorable and glori
ous catnpaigu he has gone through.
Wnile ue is not large in statue,
he looks every inch a soldier,
a"d one who would uot be afraid to
tackle any number of Spaniards. He
no uotibt inherits his fighting quali
ties from his father. Mr. Joe Ballan
fant, who was a gallant defender of
Southern rights uuder the flag of
Ktfphen 8. Porter.
Mr. Stphen 8. Porter departed
this life last Tuesday at his home
near Carter's Creek, in the 72nd
year of his age. The funeral ser
vices were conducted Wednesday
afternoon at the residence by Rev.
Mr. Curry, of Franklin, and the
burial took place in Lasting Hope
cemetery with Masonic honors. Mr.
Porter moved to Maury county many
years ago, and was one of our most
respected citizens. He was a mem
ber of the Methodist church a kind
hearted, consecrated, Christian man
and his death will be deeply re
gretted by everyone. He leaves sur
viving him a wife and the following
children, to whom the deepest svm
pathy is extended; namely: Mrs.
Frank MeMinn, Mrs. B 8. Gary,
Mrs. Ab McMinn, Mrs. Mary Dun
can and Mr. Robert Porter, 'of this
county, and Mr. James Porter, of
Eth-1, the 18 months-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fergue-
son, died Monday at the home of its
parents on the Hampshire pike near
Columbia. The funeral services
were held Tuesday at the residence,
and the interment took place in
Rose Hill Cemetery. The bereave J
parents have the sympathy of many
Mr. James B. Meroney, brother of
Mr. J. H. Meroney, of this city, and
Mr. J. N. Meroney, of Dark's Mill,
died Aug. 2 at his home in Mans
field, Texas. Mr. Meroney formerly
lived in this county, and has many
old friends here who will regret to
hear of his death.
The marriage of Mr. James
O'Reilly Griffith, Jr., of Mt. Pleas
ant, and Miss Eleanor Maude Cox,
of this city, will take place in St.
Peter's Church next Tuesday,
August 23, at 4 p. in. No cards.
The marriage of Miss Julia Wood
ard to Mr. Joseph W. Brns, both of
Nashville, will take place next Tues
day evening, Aug. 23, at the country
home of the bride's parents, Judire
and Mrs. John Woodard, near A4h
wood. Card of Thanks.
We most heartily thank, and will
gr itefully remember our friends and
neighbors, for their inauy acts of
Kindness shown us duritig the trying
ordeal following the sad d-ath of our
dear relative, Claude E 1 w irds
Mrs. P. D Atkeis n. .
Miss Kate ATKiiiSfix.
Personal Culled From Exchanges.
Miss Eva Akin has gone on a six
week's visit to relatives in Maury
County. Nashville American.
Arch Sinclair, of Columbia, is
spbiiding several days with his
mother. Williamson County News.
Mrs. Bruce Buckner and children
have returned from Columbia, where
they have been passing the sum
mer. Nashville American.
Miss Dorset, who has been visiting
her sister Mrs. Ocey Walker, has re
turned home to Maury Co. Her vis
it was marred to a degree by illness,
but she has now entirely recovered
Miss Hallie Fry, of Columbia, was
here last week with relatives. Mrs.
Ida Scott left Tuesday for Columoia.
Miss Etta Adkissou, of Columoia,
is visiting Mrs. J. R McCloud.
Lyiiuville letter to Giles County
Hon. E. W. Carmick has returned
from Columbia, Tetiu., where he nas
been for some little time with his
wife. Her health is very much im
proved. Mr. CattnaCk will go down
to Hardeman county to-morrow lor
the purpose of looking after his
political fences. Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
To Wheat Browers.
I am in the market to pay the
highest cash price for your crop,
large or small, at any railroad sta
tion in Maury County. Have both
the Citizens' and Bell Telephone.
Call me over either.
8. B. Nichols,
tf Carter's Creek, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Powell and
daughter Louise returned to Nash
ville last Saturday alter a visit to
Mr. Tom WiUis and family have
gone to Summertown.
The friends of Mr. W. D. Came
ron, Jr., are glad to see him out
again after two weeks illuess.
Hugh Blair was in Mt. Pleasant
of buggies go south. We get our
share of them and offer them at re
inarkably low prices. See
tf Sattekfielp & Dopson.
Messrs. Harlan, Parks & Harlan
bought a nice gelding from Mr. B. S
Satterneld th's week.
F. P. Brutnbach shipped a load of
mules this week to M irtin, Thomp
son & Co., of New Orleans.
Burnett & Grimes shinoed a load
I of sheep to the L misvllle markets.
A Small Fire.
Fire broke out in the grocery store
of W. T. McClellan & Co., ne ir the
depot, on Thursday night of last
week, the nock was badly dam
aged, but the fire company succeed
ed In saving a good p rtton of the
building, wnieh belonged to Mr. 8.
R. Tegarden and was uninsured.
The stock was insured for $330.
Fire ar Water Valley.
Fire destroyed the smoke-house,
wheat-house and gear room belong
lr.gto.Mr. Dallas Alexander, near
Water Valley, lwt Thursd iy night.
He succeeded in saving his meat,
but lost 50 bushels of wheat, five
saddles and all Ins gear. Ineendur
isui is suspected.
Children's Fancy Parasols, 60c, 75c
lo $1 (K).
Ladi-s' White Silk Parasols, 99c to
LadieH' Fancy Silk Parasols, $1 25 to
Ladies' Ohangahle Silk Sun Umbrel
las, ISM) to $2 60.
Ladies' Plain Silk Sun
all cop rs, $1 25 to i 7o,
Ladies' Fast Black Sun
40c, 4oc and 60c.
Ladies' Fast Black Sun
Steel Rods, 60o to 75e.
Ladies' Fast Black bun
Steel Rods, 85c to
JTjCWe show the
bes', bargains in
Mosquito Netting, 36c bolt, 8 yards.
Mosquito Rars, square shape, y(Jc,
$1.J5. $1 25 and $l.40c.
Woven Hammocks. SWc to$2 25 eacb.
Hammock snreaders, 6c each.
Hammock Hooks, 5c each.
Indies' Leather Belts. 10c, 15c, 20c
Boys' mid Men's Crash Hats, 20c,
25c, 35u and 45c.
Full Line School Books.
All kinds of school supplies.
WHite school crayons, 8c box.
7 ft. Plain Window Shades, linen, 25c
-ft. Fringed Window Shades, lin
Laundry soap, 2o cake.
Globe Matches, 8c dozpn.
Oil Stoves 44c, 75c, 95u to $1.50 each.
Ice Cream Fref zers, 2 qt $1.25; 3 qt.
$1 48; 4 qt. $1 75.
Jellie Glasses, 23c dozen.
Jar Rubbers, 4c dozen. 3dozen for 10c.
Cedar water cans and buckets, cheap,
rh iir B ti ns,)(y.
Fly Traps, 8c an. I 10c each.
Tanglefoot Sticky Fly. Paper,3 sheets
Four-ball Croquet Sets, (!)c.
A protracted meeting will begin in
the B iptist church in this place on
the second Sunday In September.
The pastor, Rev. Mr. Sloan, will
he assisted by the Rev. J. H.
Thompson, of Columbia. Marshall
The Ladle's Union Prayer-Meeting
will meet with Mrs D. F. Osteon
Friday at 3 o'clock. Rubj-ct, Psa.
117. Leader, Mrs. Annie White
Rev. S. L. McCarty has returned
from Missouri, where he has been
taking a month's vacation. He will
reach at Reece s church next Sun
day morningat 11 o'clock and at the
Second Presbyterian church in this
city at 8 p. m.
The usual services will be held at
the First Methodist church next
Sunday, and Dr. Kelley will return
in time to occupy the pulpit in the
morning. At the evening hour the
Union services will be held there.
Rev. 8. P. Hawes has returned
from a visit to his old, Bedford City,
va., ana win occupy the pulpit at
Zion Church next Sunday.
Rev. W. D. Wendel is conducting
a meeting at Godwin's Chapl this
week. He will begin a meeting at
the South Columbia church on the
fourth Sunday in this month.
Elder. E. J. Meacham will begin
a series of revival services at An
tiocti jiext Sunday. Much good is
expected to result from the meeting.
Rev. J. H. Thompson will go to
Cross Bridges Sunday to officiate at
the dedication of the new Baptist
church at that place. Consequent
ly there will be uo services at the
i irst Baptist Church, either morn
ing or evening.
Fourth round of quarterly meetings of
the Columbia District, Tennessee Con
ference, for 18!S.
Bee Springs, at Dell Rose. . . Aug. 20, 21.
Trinity, at Trinity Aug. 27,28.
Pulaski Aug.i8, 2!i.
Proppect, at Prospect Sept. 3, 4.
Olivet and Lynnville, at Olivet,
Diana, at Mt. Pleasant Sept. II, 12
South Columbia Sept. 17, 18-
Columbia ... . ... Sept. 18, 19
Culleoka and Hurricane, at Hurricane,
Sept. 24, 2."
Bigby ville, at Bigbyville Sept. 2o. 2H.
Mount Pleasant.. .. . Opt. 1 2
L'-lll.l. ... ... ' M"
ran nnei, m nil. Aion twit. H, 7.
Richland, at Knhobi.th ort. , .
Moorsville, at Forest Urove Oct. :ft, lij"
Notk. The Sunday appointment for
Bunker Hill, Elkton. Tavlor's Chapel.
Pulaski, Diaua, South Columbia aud
Bigbyville is at niaht.
W. K. Pkkbles, p. E.
P. O. address, Fountain Creek, Tenn.
The Branham & Hughes School,
A High tirade Training School For Hoys.
Health commons unexcelled. No SALOONS. Home Influences.
Fall Term Begins A ugnt 24th,: 1 89. ,..t...
REIHCIXO THE FORCE.
Two Teiine Krlniintii Rre Very Like
ly to H lleleHseil.
Vashinkon. August lfi The
work of cutting down the army and
navy received the careful considera
tion of the President and hi Cabi
net to dav. The arm" will be re
duced to ioO.OOO volunteers.
Regiments organized under the
second call for 75 000 men will be
mustered out first. This will mean
the return to their homes of men in
the Fourth Tennessee Regiment.
The further reduction of the army to
100,000 men, which will follow short
ly after the first order, will reduce
Tennesse's quota to two regiments
and the Third Regiment of Volun
teers is now slated to be mustered
out. The First Regiment, now at
San Francisco, and the Second Regi
ment, at thoroughfare Gap, Va., will
be continued in service indefinitely,
probably for some time after the
peace treaty has been signed, for
garrison duty in Cuba, Porto Ric
or the Philippines.
The Pence Commission.
Secretary of State Win. R. Day
will be at the head of the American
Peace Commission, and Senator
Cushman K. Davis, Chairman of the
Senate Committee on Foreign Rela
tion, will also be one of ,the mem
ber. The other members of the
commission have not yet been made
known. Tl.ere will not be more
than five on each side.
MT. PLKASANT, TENN
For Both Sexes.
Fall Term Bep Anpst 30.
Knglish, Classical, Scientific
and Business Courses, with
for young men and hoys.
Preparatory Department for
Special courses in Musi", Elocution.
Physical Culture, Law, Short-hand and
j:xpeiix- fi llimnl ami Tuition, HM33
to W175 per jer.
Write for catalogue.
Major 0. C, HULVEY, President. .
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
Boarding and Dny School for Girls.
Instruction In Primary, Hlh School and
full College word, with speclHl advantages
In Music. Art, Elocution, Short-hand and
Fit 1 1 T-rin will b- O.ntomhoii R iRQX
For catalogues or
FOUNDED IN 1830.
Mn. F. A. SHOL'P, Lndy Principal.
-Opens September 14, 1898.
The Institute Is the oldest school
for girls in the South, and has the
best facilities for the thorough edu
cation of Its pupils. The faculty is
carefully selected, and Includes
graduates from Bryn Mawr, Cornell,
Vanderbilt and ttie Oberlin Conser
vatory of Music. The attempt Is
made to give a practical education,
but at the same time much attention,
is given to the arts and sciences.
Write for catalogues and circulars
Mrs. F. A. SHOUP,
JuneJIlm COLUMN!, TENN.
SEND UOVS AND U1RLS
Bostick & Dinning.
"One of our very best schools." as Chan
cellor Klrkland, of the Vanderbilt Univer
sity puts it.
Fuplts Kntttr Vaiirierbilt on Certlflrnte.
Healthfulness unsurpassed. Pupils'
board in private families.
Hext Session Opens August 30.
Board aud Tuition c
one year, il54
Mt. Pleasant, Maury County, Tenn.
Smd for Catalogue. septj
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